Summer Session Tuition Deposit:
Now it's time to make your $100 Tuition deposit!
- Please provide the student's Campus Wide ID Number (CWID). Once you click submit, you will be directed to a secure site requesting additional payment information
- We accept electronic debit from your checking or savings account for payment. Please have your account information available
- Please remember to print your receipt for your records
- Your $100 deposit is deducted from your winter tuition charges
All students enrolling in Marist's Summer Session pay the part-time tuition rate listed for the 2014-2015 academic year. Tuition is as follows:
All students attending Marist Summer Session courses held online or on-ground pay the professional studies tuition rate of $600 per credit.
Billing & Payment Methods
REGISTER AND PAY THROUGH myMarist
SUMMER BILLS ARE DUE MAY 20, 2015
Make a One Time Payment Online via myMarist by Check (ACH debit)
Payment by Mail - Enclose the top portion of the bill with check or money order (please note the student's campus wide ID on the check or money order) to:
Payment in Person - Payments by cash, check or money order are accepted in the Office of Student Financial Services, Donnelly Hall, room 200.
Financing Summer Session
Federal Direct loans:
Students may use Direct loan funds from the 14-15 academic year, provided they have not used the annual limits during the fall and spring semesters and they fit in the summer cost of attendance. Please contact our office if you have a questions regarding remaining loan eligibility.
ALL STUDENT MUST BE MEETING SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP) AFTER THE SPRING SESSION
IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR SUMMER FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID.
SAP REVIEWS WILL BE COMPLETED AFTER THE SPRING GRADES ARE FINALIZED.
FAILURE TO MEET SAP CAN RESULT IN YOUR FINANCIAL AID BEING REVOKED.
Private Loans: Students may take up to the summer cost of attendance in Private Loans, if you have used all of your Federal Direct Loan eligibility. The last day to apply for a private summer loan is May 8, 2015.